An Introductory Guide to MATLAB
by Ian Cavers
Publisher: University of British Columbia 1998
Number of pages: 11
MATLAB provides a powerful interactive computing environment for numeric computation, visualization, and data analysis. Its wide range of commands, functions, and language constructs permit users to solve and analyze difficult computational problems from science and engineering without programming in a general purpose language. This document is not intended to be a complete manual for MATLAB users. Instead, it provides a brief introduction to MATLAB, outlining features that might be of particular use to CPSC 302 and 303 students.
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